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Definition of Loach
LoachLoach Loach, n. [OE. loche, F. loche.] (Zo["o]l.)
Any one of several small, fresh-water, cyprinoid fishes of
the genera Cobitis, Nemachilus, and allied genera, having
six or more barbules around the mouth. They are found in
Europe and Asia. The common European species (N.
barbatulus) is used as a food fish.
Meaning of Loach from wikipedia
from the 23 mm (1 in) miniature
longim****, to the 50 cm (20 in) imperial flower loach
elongata, with the latter
- Kenneth Charles Loach
(born 17 June 1936) is a British
and screenwriter. His socially critical directing style
- pond loach
(Misgurnus anguillicaudatus), also known
as the Dojo loach
, oriental weatherloach
weatherfish, is a freshwater
fish in the loach
- The true Kuhli loach
(Pangio kuhlii), occasionally referred
to as eel loach
, is a small
to the loach family
- The clown loach
(Chromobotia macracanthus), or tiger
botia, is a tropical freshwater
to the botiid loach
family. It is the sole member...
- The spined loach
(Cobitis taenia) is a common freshwater
fish in Europe. It is sometimes known
as spotted weather loach
, not to be confused
with the "typical"...
of the superfamily
Cobitoidea, bottom-dwelling freshwater fishes
with several barbels
near the mouth, found
- The yoyo loach
, Almora loach
or ****stani loach
(Botia almorhae) is a freshwater
to the loach family
Botiidae. It originates
in the slow-running...
- James Loach
(born 6 June 1969) is a British
film director. Jim Loach
was born in London
to Ken Loach
and Lesley Ashton
in June 1969, one of five children...
- The dwarf loach
, ladderback loach
, pygmy loach
, chain loach
or chain botia
(Ambastaia sidthimunki) is a freshwater
to the family
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